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October 20, 2012

Lomography outs Belair X 6-12 film camera

Old-school shutterbugs will be in for a treat as Lomography unveils their latest 6 x 12 film camera, the Belair X 6-12.


Lomo

Users has an option to shoot in three formats, squares (6×6), regular stills (6×9) and panoramas (6×12) with this snapper. The camera also allows photographers to attach wide-angle lens (58mm) or use the standard 90mm lens.

Lomography Belair X 6-12 specs:
Exposure Area: 104 x 52mm (6×12), 78 x 52mm (6×9), 52mm x 52mm (6×6)
Film Type: 120 Roll Film
Interchangeable Lens Mount: 3 Bayonet Type
Auto-exposure Mode: Aperture Priority
Auto-Exposure range: EV4 ~ EV15
Highest Shutter Speed: 1/125
Lowest Shutter Speed (B Mode): Unlimited
Film Sensitivity Supports (ASA/ISO): 50, 100, 200, 400, 800, 1600
Battery Supply: 2×1.5V (2 x LR44)
Multiple Exposure: Yes
Flash Connection: X-type Synchronization Hot-shoe
Tripod Socket Thread: Standard ¼” Tripod Socket

Lomography imbues the Belair X 6-12 with all the good things that a panoramic medium format camera has to offer while keeping the form factor handy. The camera also features pseudo-snakeskin leather for a more stylish look.

Belair

The three models of the Belair X 6-12 are now available for pre-order and comes pre-bundled with 58mm and 90mm lenses at a discounted price. You have to hurry a bit though as the 30% off is only offered while supply lasts. Head on over to Lomography’s site for more details about the camera and how to place an order for it.

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Posted by YugaTech on Thursday, April 16, 2015

2 Responses to “Lomography outs Belair X 6-12 film camera”

  1. Techjunkeez
    Twitter: korabtech
    says:

    You have placed an invalid link to the Lumography website.

  2. Olie says:

    I don’t need it but I WANT IT!!!!

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This article was written by Ronnie Bulaong, a special features contributor and correspondent for YugaTech. Follow him on Twitter @turonbulaong.

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